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>> charlie: welcome to the broadcast. we begin with a new documentary about prt obama produced by the actor edward norton and the writers are amy rice and alicia sams. >> it's not about how much of obama do we get to see but the movement and the structure of the campaign and the internal piece of that history that's now occurred which is he got elected. >> be the i bought his book and i read it and you know, he has an incredible story and a thought, wow, this guy could be the first african-american president and i thought it would make a great documentary. >> there was almost a serendipity to the campaign and it occurred within him and -- it was the right campaign for the right person at the right time and there's like an elegant simplicity to it all and a genius behind it. >> charlie: and the basketball coach from the university of north carolina, roy williams. >> i loved going on the road. i love having the majority of people not being for us, cheering against us. the national championship gam this year in detroit with us against michigan state, 72,000 people and 7,000 were f
>> rose: welcome to the broadcast, tonight an assessment stof obama administration as the president faces an important speech on afghanistan and a vote in the senate. also tonight, a conversation th doris kearns goodwin, the presidential historian, and her son joseph who served in iraq and afghanistan. we had promoted this eve name conversation with the "newsweek" reporter who was arrested and detained for 118 days in a tehran prison, that interview will be seen on friday night. tonight, an assessment of the obama presidency and a conversation with mother and son doris kearns goodwin and her son joseph. captioning sponsored by rose communications from our studios in new york city, this is charlie rose. >> rose: it has now been more than a year since president obama was elected. his administration has seen both progress and setbacks. while the economic crisis has waned somewhat, the unemployment rate has hovered above 10%. u.s. troops are preparing to lead over time a calmer iraq, but the taliban has gained strength in afghanistan and pakistan. at home, some recent polls indicate the
.com gives us a one-year analysis of the oa administration. >> the idea that president obama and his team were able to somehow transform the map and transform the political geography of this country or the political demography of this country, that just doesn't look to be the case. they did redraw the map in 2008. it was an he norly impressive victory. but that doesn't mean that they have somehow fundamentally altered the landscape in permanent ways. >> and job grisham is here with a new book, a collection of short stories. >> it is more about people. more about the small town people. many of whom are struggling. many of whom have had a lot of miss erie, a lot of hope. it's about small town lawyers and the crazy things they do out of desperation. all stuff i saw firsthand many years ago. >> rose: mohamed elbaradei, john harris, john grisham next. >> funding for charlie rose has been provided by the k08ing -- following: captioning sponsored by rose communications from our studios in new york city, this is charlie rose. >> rose: mohamed elbaradei is here. after 12 years as directer general
. couldn't. he really failed. i think in some ways, people looked and hoped for obama would do the same thing. incredibly charismatic figure, that he could come to washington and overcome all of the forces of paralysis. and i think that disappointment you are seeing now among obama voters, you can see it creeping into a lot of the commentary is a concern, a deep worry that oh my god, maybe, and i say this with great sadness, he can't trump the system. >> rose: as good as he is, he can't. >> the forces of paralysis are just weighing him down. what are those forces, it is one of the things that really interest me today. first of all money and politics which is now so big that politicians either have to spend their time raising it or spend their time running from people who have got it and are trying to force things on to them no matter how small their interests are. second you've got the gerrymandering of political districts now that are so scientific that as they say politicians can to you choose their voters, not the other way around. you've got a cable television universal that really
administration. >> the idea that president obama and his team were able toomehow transform the map and transrm theolitical geography of this cntry or th political demogphy of this country, that just doesn't lo to be the case. they did redraw the mapn 2008. was an he norly imprsive victory. but that doesn't mean that ey have somehow fundamentally alter the lascape in permanent way >> and job gsham is here with a n book, a collection of sht stories. >> it is mor about people. more about the small town people. many of om are struggling. many of whom have had aot of ms eri, a lot of he. it's about small town lawyers and the crazy things th do out of desperaon. all stuff i saw firsthand many years ago. >> rose: mohamed elbaradei, john harris, joh grisham next. >>unding for charlie rose s been provided by the k08ing -- followin captioning sponsed by rose cmunications from our sdios in new york city, this is charlie rose rose: mohamed elbaradei is here. after 12years as directer general of the united nations nuclear watchdog the international atomic energy agency, will step down at the d ofhis month
>> rose: welcome to the broadcast. president obama leaves china tomorrow. we have an assessment of the visit with nick burns, former diplomat jim fallows of the atlantic monthly and elizabeth tack 'nammy of the council on foreign relations. >> the chinese do not like to be isolated. particularly in a power growinging. when we were able to isolate the chinese and get other powers to come along with us, the chinese were more inclined to cooperate. they didn't want to stick out. and the question of iran right now they are not pulling their weight. the russians have their own problems but at least the russians are talking a better game. >> their mantra through the last 50 years has been non-interference as the bedrock of their foreign policy which is very convenient for them to have but they're getting too large technologically to get away from that. >> their focus is as nick was saying on developing their economy and things to get in the way of that. and they want to retain the ability to decide what kind of obligation they're going to assume and they don't like having all the pres
know move forward. and i think barack obama is stretching backward, fnkly, to engageiran. and i have been saying t the iranian leadership ivately and plicly, make use of that opportuni. reciprocate. right now that dl is -- ill hinges on the queson of guarantees, you know. the iranianre distrustful that if their material will go o of iran, they might not get it back in the form of fuel. despite the fact that we have been having as partof that agreeme, built in a lot of guaranes. the russian are guaranteei the implementation the american are ready for the rst time to guarane the implemeation. the agency will teustody ofhis material so that the inteational community as a whole will . >> rose:our agency. >> iaea will take custody the material when it goe back until it comes back iran. sohere is a lot of built-in guarantees. but th iranian still would like to seethe materl stay in iran until they get the fuel. ll that will not diffuse the crisis. because to get e material out of iran will diffuse this perption that iran having material that could be used fornuclear weapon. it will give ba
>> rose: welcome tthe broadcas tonight an assessmen stof obama ainistration as the president faces a importa speech on afghanistan and a vote in the senate. also tonight, a conversation with doris kearns goodwin, the presidential historian and he n joseph who servedin iraq and afghanistan. we had omoted this eve na conversatiith the "newsweek" reporterho was arreste and tained for 118 days i a tehran pson, that interview wi be seen on fday night. night, an assessment of the obama psidency and a conversation with mother and n doris kearns goodwin and her son joseph. captioning sponsoredy rose commucations from our sdios in new york city, this is charlie rose >> re: it has now been more than a year since presiden obama was elected. his admistration has seen both progress and setbacks. while the economic crisis has waned somewhat, the uneloyment rate has vered abo 10%. u.s. troops are pparing to ad over time a calmerraq, but the taliban has gained strengthn afghanistan and pakistan. at home, some recent polls indicate the psident's approval rate hang fallen below 50% for the first tim
think at disappntment you are seeing now among obama voters, yocan see it creepingnto a lot of the commentary is a ncern, a deep worry that oh my god, mae, and i say this with eat sadness, he can trump the system. >> rose: as good as he i he can't. the forces of paralysis are just wghing him down. what are those forces, its one the things that really interest me toda first of all money and politics which is noso big that politicia either have to spend the time raising or spend their ti running from peoplwho have got it and are ying to force things on to them no matter how small their interests are. second you've got the gerrymdering of pitical districts now at are so scientific that as they say liticians can to you choose their vers, not the other way aund. yove got a cable television universal that really fractur the potical spectrum and empowers some of the loudes most extremeoices. u've got an intnet at its best rlly opens the world for new voices, chalnges elitesand establishmen but at its worst rely can spread extremist ias i think in a veryangerous way. and lastly, o
before president obama took office. we have social security problems coming on but the financial crisis turbo charged things with all the debt wes took on all the stimulus to fight the crisis. >> rose: and the problem is we lack the political will to do what? >> we lack the political whether to cut spending. the democrats want to tax 5% of the people to pay for everything, the republicans don't want to tax anyone. a lot of our expenditures are not very flexible. they're things like defense, interest payments, old age entitlement paents and maybe 75% of it. we need to raise taxes significantly. and if the world looks at us and sees we're not willing to do it, they're going to charge higher interest rates. it hasn't hit yet, but that moment will come. >> rose: you say we're tending to do this and that moment will come. in the next five years? ten years? this s this moment of truth for the united states economic system going to come... >> well, things are hard to call but my sense is five to ten years. >> rose: we have five ten years to do something about the deficit in america or... >> p
there is on theop level somehuasm about barack obama. i arrom my friends in and i ink leadership is mainly woing w kind o busine they'll be ae to do with the nministration. thin administration and the president has done a good job of sding the signalsoth of the imrtance of relation, the buness the is de thcial envirment fr,a also would a w izh ecy that i think his shaipeech did ma the a dom ofessi ex, is is not some americ cceut universal concept. so i think he's don about as much ae can on chine seriously,lo f lationship in thon but we have difftsalue we' coue represent. >>ut do think, crlie, in this relationship, which is going to be a very cex one for us totte also impnt andymlsre important. and withat respect, bause m ry pptiveof president suced, i thinkth decisio not to see lama was mistaken because, you know, this street.nship has to be a t-way china does not awrom prenting itself differences wi i can tell youas a former diplomat in many meets wit the chine, they wouldegin every meeting wi a litan of position in taiwan.e u and, you know, i think it's... i admire the president for his... he'
a video message from president barack obama. >> together let us keep the light of freedom burning bright for all who live in the darkness of tierney and believe in hope for brighter days. >> the hour-long interview took place at the famous hotel add lon in the shadow of the brandenburg gate. it was a de-ranging conversation that began with the legacy of the wall. she also spoke about iran, afghanistan, and pakistan, and her upcoming trip to china with president obama. here is that conversation. >> rose: thank you for joining us. >> thank you, charlie. >> rose: at this historic time in this historic city, where were you when you heard the news that the berlin wall had come down? >> i was in arkansas and bill and i were living in the governor's mansion in arkansas. and i remember watching the news coverage which that time was pretty... much more limited than it is today, over and over again and talking with not only my husband but lots of friends about what this meant. because i'm a child of the cold war. i remember those duck-and-cover drills that we did in school to protect ourselves aga
states. tomorrow in washington he meets with president obama. >> the only message that people of religion like myself could give to the world community is to respect everybody. all human beings as created in the image and likeness of god. and to help. jesus christ said whatever you do for my smallest, poorest people, brothers, you are doing to me. so he is, the lord, identifies himself with those people. and whatever we do for them, we do for christ. you can realize our great responsibility. >> rose: an exclusive conversation with his all holiness ecumenical patriarch bartholomew of constantinople coming up. captioning sponsored by rose communications from our studios in new york city, this is charlie rose. >> rose: his all holiness, ecumenical patriarch bartholomew of constantinople, is the primary spiritual leader of the orthodox christian world and the orthodox church, which has 300 million members around the world. it includes the churches of alexandria and jerusalem, russia serbia, romania, bulgaria, georgia, cyprus, greece, poland, albania, the check reap, slovakia, finland, estonia
states. tomorrow in washington he meets with president obama >> the only message thateople of religion like myself uld give to e world comnityis respt everybody. all human beings as created in the image and leness ofod. and to hel jesus chri said whateverou do for my smallest, poorest people, broers, you are ing to me. so he is,he lord, identifies himself with those people. and whatev we do for them, we do for cist. u can realizeurgreat responsibility. >> rose: a excsive conversaon with his all holiness ecumenic priarch bartholomew of constantinople coming up. captiong sponsored by rose communications from our studios inew york citythis is charlie rose. rose: his all holiness, ecumenical patriar bartholomew of cstantinople, is the primary spiritua leader of the orthodox christian worldnd the orthodox crch, which has 300 milliomembers around the worl it includes the churchesf alandria and jerusalem, russia serbia, romania, bulgia, georgia,cyprus, greec, pond, bania, the check reap, slovakia, finland, estonia and numerous archdiocese in thold d new world. he is the 270th successoof the 2
crisis came they treated it with a tactic. they worry what the obama administration is doing is a strategy to put in place a different attitude about the relationship between the government and the economy. >> yeah, i don't think the obama administration wants the government to take over the economy. but they did-- they took on a situation-- and incidentally, i can give credit to the bush administration in the last four, five months of 2008. a lot of right things were done. when george bush said, if money doesn't ease up this sucker can go down. now, that was one of those most-- he basement economist in chief as far as i was concerned at that point. but so i give them credit, too. but the obama administration, they're not running general motors because they want to run general motors. it isn't like barack obama grew up wanting to runt whole economic economy-- >> rose: although he might want to buy a railroad. but go ahead. >> but they are doing what is necessary in their view to get this economy righted. and nobody makes perfect decisions on this. and they're doing things i'm
>> rose: welcome to the broadcast. with president obama in china, we talk to henry kissinger, former secretary of state, about the chinese and how they might see the visit. >> what is new is that the financial crisis of last year has shaken the chinese perception of the ability of the united states to run the international system so that the chinese are becoming-- especially in the economic field-- a lot more assertive than they have ever been before. >> rose: we conclude this evening with melinda gates talking about global health, the bill and melinda gates foundation, and the relationship between the two of them. >> i just can't tell you how when, you know, i'll come back from the developing world, the first person i want to talk to and the first person that wants to talk to me is bill. he wants to hear what i've learned, hear what i'm excited about, i want to tell him what i'm excited about, tell him what i saw, tell him what isn't going as well as we thought. and the same thing. when he comes from northern nigeria, he wants to tell me what he saw, what's going to be hard,
manufacturers. and i think president obama is absolutely correct in repositioning our country to retake the lead and to capture the millions of jobs.... >> rose: but how is he doing that, snow what's the thax is doing that? >> well, first of all the green stimulus pri visions less than one month after he took over. secondly, notwithstanding.... >> rose: spending how much out of the stimulus on that? >> roughly 20%, which is a respectable amount. of course i'd like to see more, but it was a good effort. his e.p.a. has now put in place regulations that will require c.o.-2 reductions, whether legislation is passed or not. another set of regulations will require the large emitters to publicly report their c.o.-2 emissions and that leads to public pressure on them to reduce it. >> rose: okay. you they development of businesses, entrepreneurial efforts, will be that we'll create alternative sources of energy. >> yes. >> rose: because of technology? because of other scientific changes, will be the biggest business in the world. >> absolutely. >> rose: in the world. >> absolutely. certainly throughout t
for house avi at the time? >> i think obama did not know exactly what to do in june. because it was a few months after he came to power. and i think that they still don't know what they are doing. but they are doing the right things. they are moving in the right direction. but they are just confused. they are as confused as the rest of the world are. but what is going on in iran. and also as confused about what is going on in iran as the people in iran are. because it's a very confusing situation, as i mentioned about my case, the plot was really convoluteed. the script was really convoluted and twisted. no one knew what was going on. so i mean i can just sympathize with secretary of state hillary clinton and president obama that they cannot fathom what is going on in iran. >> but do they have a card to play? >> i think they have a card to play. the most important card that they have is the president -- iran is in a region where rhetoric is more important than what they do. and if the president can charm iran's quote, unquote, allies and the countries -- can have a vy effective policy in
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